In October we are going to get brainy with Janet L. Jones, PhD as we read her book 'Horse Brain, Human Brain. The Neuroscience of Horsemanship'.
As a horsewoman and brain scientist, Janet describes both human and equine brains and how they can work together. By looking at both the similarities and differences, we can start to understand how to navigate the human/horse relationship with greater understanding.
We have two copies of each of these great books to giveaway to readers, in return, we ask that you write a review of the book. Giveaway details below 👇
What Horses Really Want, in November we'll be Unlocking the secrets to trust, cooperation, and reliability. In this book, Lynn Acton introduces the concept of 'Protector Leadership.' Demonstrating why Protector Leadership works, fitting the separate pieces together, and illustrating the connections with practical examples of real horses in everyday life.
We end the year reading 'In the Middle are the Horseman' An enjoyable and inspirational autobiography by Tik Maynard.
This book takes us through three years Tik spent as a working student for eminent horse trainers around the world. We are taken on the journey of discovery as Tik learns from horses and people alike as he looks to answer the question: 'What is Horsemanship'?.
We have two review copies of each of the books mentioned above, we'll be selecting our book reviewers for the above titles on the 30th September. Register your interest now using the form below.
All the review copies have been kindly provided by Quiller Publishing.
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